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I suspect it's too early to tell since the report hasn't been released, but
to you have any tidbits on the differences in the stats you uncovered? I know
in the '92 reporting, Level 1, the lowest level, and the folks we would find
in an ABE population, rated at 21-23% on the three subtests in the general
population. If I remember correctly, only 25% of that population was non-US
born and largely Hispanic. If I were to guess on the 2003 stats, I'd think
that 25% non-US born and primarily Hispanic has changed drastically.

the Level One stats increased or decreased?

Jean Marrapodi
Assembly of God Learning Center

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